Together Project
Connecting refugee newcomers and volunteers to build stronger, more integrated communities.
Photo: Lisa Kannakko
Image: Emilie Muszczak

Our Work

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Together Project makes change in three interconnected ways: building newcomer social connections, supporting newcomer integration priorities, and amplifying community involvement in newcomer integration.

Image: Emilie Muszczak

Matching

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We match Welcome Groups of 3-5 volunteers with newly arrived refugees for social and integration support.

Volunteer Resources

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Find helpful resources to support newcomer refugee households in our Welcome Group Program.

Image: Emilie Muszczak

Impact

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Together Project supports our work through evidence-based program evaluation and research to inform and improve our impact.

Help us ensure that refugee newcomers have access to volunteer support. Get involved today!
Photo: Lisa Kannakko

Latest Blog Posts

Together Project’s corporate partners help volunteers welcome refugee newcomers to Canada in so many ways.

Today, we want to feature and thank founding donor Tendril, who has been integral to Together Project since day one.

Through their commitment to diversity, inclusion, and civic engagement, they’ve been instrumental in helping us develop our visual storytelling and brand identity.

From our logo to our brand assets to our professional photography, Tendril has helped us find incredible supporters like Frontier, Lisa Kanakko, and Emilie Muszczak to help us along the way!

And of course, a special thanks goes out to Tendril COO, Kate Bate.

As a Together Project Co-Founder, donor, steering committee chair, and current steering committee member, Kate has always been instrumental in showing us the power of storytelling.

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How does being in a Welcome Group support refugee mental health?

For Mental Health Week, we’re featuring Together Project volunteer, Joyce Edem!

With her fluency in over 7 languages and 3 dialects, Joyce loves connecting with newcomers as they settle into their new Canadian lives.

Click the link for her feature!

Why would an aspiring physician volunteer with Together Project? 

For National Volunteer Week, we’re featuring Arad and his passion for inclusive healthcare, and why volunteering is his battery.

Click the link for his feature!